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 61 
 on: June 25, 2016, 04:56:16 AM 
Started by Artimicia - Last post by Towns Car Marty
No I haven't.  I haven't watched anime in a long time.  I don't get much time to watch TV and its variants.  5pb is behind the game, right?  They've become a super strong player in the VN game.  And isn't NISA localizing it?  The quality of that company's localizations has been up and down throughout its existence. 

I think it's 5PB and Nitro+ together, just like Steins;Gate. I may be wrong though. NISA do have their ups and downs, but they did a masterful job on the DanganRonpa games. I'm hopeful!

 62 
 on: June 25, 2016, 04:54:01 AM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by Towns Car Marty
I'm glad England had the balls to do it. I don't understand why the European countries were so willing to give up their sovereignty to have some elitist turds in Brussels call all of the shots.

Nobody in the cities wanted this. This was a fear campaign foisted upon the undereducated in a cynical power grab by would-be nationalists.

Look at this joke:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2016/06/24/the-british-are-frantically-googling-what-the-eu-is-hours-after-voting-to-leave-it/
http://metro.co.uk/2016/06/24/man-who-voted-for-leave-says-he-thought-his-vote-wouldnt-count-wins-moron-of-the-year-award-5964450/

Some things should never be put up to popular vote. This is one of those things. The only reason this happened in the first place is because our crooked PM said he'd make it happen if xenophobes voted for him in the last election. He didn't even want this, but he's put this country in the belly of the beast now and he's only got himself to blame.

 63 
 on: June 25, 2016, 03:46:24 AM 
Started by Artimicia - Last post by Tomara
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My favorite Atlus franchise is Disgaea but in general I've never gravitated towards them too much... a lot of the time I've just been unaware of which games are really developed by them and which are published and all that, but yeah anyway I did think Witch and the Hundred Knight was a bit interesting though.

That's Nippon Ichi Software you're thinking of. Atlus only published some of their games in the early days, like Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure and Disgaea :)

Atlus' own games are titles like:
-Shin Megami Tensei, Persona and everything related
-Catherine
-Etrian Odyssey series
-Trauma Center
-Radiant Historia

Still, Atlus does deserve a big 'thank you' for bringing over Disgaea in the first place. The rest of the industry did not have much faith in titles like that... If Atlus had ignored the original Disgaea, who knows, NISA might not be were it is today.

 64 
 on: June 25, 2016, 03:42:16 AM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Aeolus
In other news.

LEGEND OF MANA/ I was happy to see Gilbert's rocky fate (hahaha, see what I did there?) as I have a degree of contempt for hopeless romantics. Then it was back to the junk-heap thanks to my cactus' shenanigans. Pretty sure my sequence of reporting in to the cactus got screwed up now since he wasn't there until after I finished the broom quest-line which then negated my ability to report what I finished prior. --- Please no one tell me how bad this screws things up (if it in fact does) as I will become discouraged. I would prefer to maintain ignorance in the matter. I sort of went into this game knowing full well I was going to miss content playing blind anyhow (the game sort of doesn't leave you much chance NOT to miss things with your first playthrough it seems).

The only thing you'll miss out on is the entry for the quest you completed when you triggered Lil'Cactus' sidequest. Unfortunately, there's nothing you can do about getting it beyond not letting it be the quest that triggers Lil'Cactus' sidequest again.


Hyrule Warriors: Cleared Level 8. Once I bring Ganondorf up to speed (outside of his Ganondorf's Ambition stages during Legend Mode, he really doesn't see a whole lot of action prior to late in Adventure Mode where he's rather underleveled) it'll be time to work my way to Level 9.

 65 
 on: June 25, 2016, 02:08:02 AM 
Started by Eusis - Last post by Klyde Chroma

Anyone buy anything good on the Steam Summer Sale, yet?  I bought Stardew Valley and am a few minutes from starting it up for the first time.

Taking opportunity to praise PC game sales. The lovely community model of steam/valve allows clients of mine to now tip me with crap on my wishlist. Being a Sony kid up until present this is new and awesome for me.

I just got the gaming PC up and running 2 weeks ago and already have waaaaaaaaay more titles on it than I do console. Long term cost effective gaming is apparently a major appeal of steam/gog/origin et cetera, that totally eluded me.

But to the point, steam summer sale specifically....
-Ys Origins, Ark, and Oath
-Pillars of Eternity 2
-Freedom World
-Valdis Story
-Incitement 3 (1 and 2 included)
-All the Endless Legends expansions and DLC
-Van Helsing
-Battleblock Theatre

In other news.

LEGEND OF MANA/ I was happy to see Gilbert's rocky fate (hahaha, see what I did there?) as I have a degree of contempt for hopeless romantics. Then it was back to the junk-heap thanks to my cactus' shenanigans. Pretty sure my sequence of reporting in to the cactus got screwed up now since he wasn't there until after I finished the broom quest-line which then negated my ability to report what I finished prior. --- Please no one tell me how bad this screws things up (if it in fact does) as I will become discouraged. I would prefer to maintain ignorance in the matter. I sort of went into this game knowing full well I was going to miss content playing blind anyhow (the game sort of doesn't leave you much chance NOT to miss things with your first playthrough it seems).

EDIT__ I have my PC hooked up to a 40 inch Samsung monitor. I sit roughly 3-4 foot away (just enough for field of vision) in a theatre-like set-up. At the expense of burning out my eyeballs eventually, this is EXACTLY how I dreamed of playing the Ys games since I discovered them years ago. My attempts at various means of upscaling since then have always left something to be desired.

Long story short. ^^ this set-up + Ys on steam = a 1080'progressive dream come true for me.

 66 
 on: June 25, 2016, 01:55:13 AM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by Hathen
Perhaps another nice example of how the information overload of the modern age has instead simply led people to practice a greater deal of confirmation bias? Anyway, we all know isolationism has worked out great for the world in the past!

It's an uphill battle to be defending an imperfect thing like membership in the EU instead of falling back on a knee-jerk stump speech about the modern slavery of neoliberal policies by the globalist corporate masters or whatever. Also them scary scary brown people.

 67 
 on: June 25, 2016, 01:13:48 AM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by Mickeymac92
You know, there's "being out of the loop" and then there's "walking out of the cave for the first time in 7 years"

I apparently just did the latter. I don't understand this Brexit stuff. I also apparently didn't understand what the European Union was. I figured it was more of an economic agreement, but that meant I never questioned why they didn't use the Euro instead of the GBP. So now I don't understand anything involved with the Euro, why immigration is suddenly a big deal to europeans, and I also just learned that they aren't officially called "Britain" anymore.

...I'm going back in my cave...

 68 
 on: June 25, 2016, 12:59:59 AM 
Started by Artimicia - Last post by Artimicia
Ugh, I love Blizzard games, but as a company I just want to strangle them all the time they're such elitist pricks about EVERYTHING.

I feel sort of neutral about Blizzard only because while I think it's awesome they popularized comics and a lot of gaming sort of geeky stuff they really brought the fore, I was never a huge fan of the games per se. I like watching Blizzcon videos and just generally witnessing their passion and all that.

So basically, I never want to say anything bad about them, but I haven't kept up on their games well in recent times outside of Overwatch. I think my favorite game from them was actually Warcraft 2 and some of their really cheesy early stuff.

 69 
 on: June 25, 2016, 12:58:18 AM 
Started by Artimicia - Last post by Artimicia
I'm definitely sensing I'm weird in how I enjoy Nintendo now about as much as I did 20 years ago, I don't know, just how it goes I guess.

I think same with Capcom.

I thought about putting Sega in there, weirdly I kind of like them slightly better now than back then when they just would blindly copy Nintendo at times. I think Project Diva, Valkyria, Phantasy Star, all we're more interesting franchises ultimately than some of the original Sega franchises although there is always stuff like the Black Knight or spin-offs (hence the avatar)

And yes I mean Phantasy Star is an original franchise I just mean it feels like they're doing more their own thing now and not worried about Nintendo.

My favorite Atlus franchise is Disgaea but in general I've never gravitated towards them too much... a lot of the time I've just been unaware of which games are really developed by them and which are published and all that, but yeah anyway I did think Witch and the Hundred Knight was a bit interesting though.

I also really enjoyed the heck out of Enix.

 70 
 on: June 25, 2016, 12:56:56 AM 
Started by Artimicia - Last post by Klutz64
Ugh, I love Blizzard games, but as a company I just want to strangle them all the time they're such elitist pricks about EVERYTHING.

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